10 Best Food Tours You Can Take In Mexico City

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Mexico City is more than just a sight for sore eyes, it is a treat for the senses. Mexico City has many cantinas and food markets. Travelers heading to this capital city will have the chance to learn about the country’s vibrant culture, storied history, and incredible cuisine. Mexico City has some of the best street food in the country. There is a lot of things to do in this lively metropolitan. There are ten best food tours to Mexico City.

NOTE: Please remember that prices are reflected as US dollars (USD) and subject to change depending on the season, party number, and availability!

10 Coffee Tasting

  • Tour Operator:
    Ricardo Lopez
  • Duration: 1.5 hours
  • Cost:
    $22.50

Mexico is a perfect destination for coffee lovers. tourists will be taken on a journey through Mexico’s coffee from bean to cup. Guests will learn how to detect distinct flavors in coffee after a series of tastings of some of the world’s best coffee beans. One of the top-rated hosts on Airbnb is also a barista trainer and an expert in coffee, like a wine sommelier.

9 Cheese And Wine

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  • Tour Operator:
    Excellence Mexico Tours
  • Duration: 10-12 hours
  • Cost:
    $458

Tourists can take a tour of the wineries of Queretaro, known for their local wine varieties such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Sauvignon Blanc. The tour also includes visits to artisans in the region who make different cheeses, showing tourists how this creamy dairy delight is produced and preserved on site There are a lot of stops along the way, including a short visit to the city of Queretaro itself.

8 Bike And Gastronomy

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  • Tour Operator:
    Pedalea Mexico
  • Duration: 4 hours
  • Cost:
    $112

Mexico City’s busy streets are a great place to see a bike tour. Pedalea Mexico is a tour operator that offers bike tours around the city, providing visitors with amazing sights of the local art, history, and eateries. Tourists can learn about the unique history behind Mexico City while checking out some of the most well-known neighborhoods in the city. The Museum of Chocolate and the San Juan Market are included in the tour to satisfy cravings for Mexican food.

7 Family-Friendly Streets And Sweets

  • Tour Operator:
    Eat Mexico
  • Duration: 2.5 to 3 hours
  • Cost:
    $88 (per adult), $44 (per teen, ages 13 to 17), $33 (per child, ages 4 to 12), $105 (private tour, per adult), Free (for children under 3)

It can be difficult to travel with children. The Eat Mexico Family-friendly Streets and Sweets Tour is perfect for families on the road. Travelers can take a tour of the city with a local as they stop at local sweet shops. Mexican bread, candies, and fresh fruit are some of the treats young travelers can sample. Don’t worry about tired feet, this stop has plenty of breaks.

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  • Tour Operator:
    Lola Y Diego Joaquin
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Cost:
    $70

The tour will take tourists to a local cantina, where they can get a delicious taco at a traditional cantina, followed by a few rounds of beer and Mezcal. The Lucha libre tour will stop at a local arena to watch professional Mexican wrestling.

5 Mezcal & Pulque Tastings

  • Tour Operator:
    TrippersMx
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Cost:
    $20

Have you ever wanted to try the Mezcal? Tourists can try the Mexican liquor with TrippersMx. Tourists will be taken on Mezcal tastings in the heart of San Juan market, which is popular with tourists. Take a stroll through the famous market and sample the different flavors and notes of Mexican spirits.

Note: It’s recommended that visitors grab a bite to eat before embarking on this tour, as no food is provided. However, due to its location in San Juan Market, there are limitless dining options!

4 Street Food Essentials

  • Tour Operator:
    Club Tengo Hambre
  • Duration: 3.5 hours
  • Cost:
    $90

There are many eateries in Mexico City that serve traditional Mexican cuisine. There are some local favorites that are exclusive to the city. Travelers should join Club Tengo Hambre on their Mexico City Street Food Essentials tour to explore the different neighborhoods around the city and try some of the tasty favorites. At the same time, check out the bright murals painted by local artists. There are six stops on the walking tour, from street stalls to taquerias.

3 Mexican Chili Culture

  • Tour Operator:
    Fernando (
    Airbnb experience
    )
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Cost:
    $67

Fernando is the owner of La Flor de Jamaica, a shop selling dried chilies. Tourists will be able to explore traditional fare that includes salsa, Mezcal, mole, and other local delights at the Jamaica Market with this popular experience. If you love spicy dishes and can handle the world’s spiciest dishes, you may want to reserve your spot on the tour.

2 Tour Of La Merced

  • Tour Operator:
    Eat Mexico
  • Duration: 3.5 hours
  • Cost:
    $99 (per adult), $44 (per child, ages 8 to 13), $116 (private tours per adult)

La Merced is a market that will satisfy the traveler. You can take a 3.5 hour tour to explore the market of La Merced, perfect for the seasoned traveler. This tour is popular and will likely sell out, so be sure to book your spot asap. Tourists who book a spot on the Eat Mexico excursion can expect to eat a lot and be hungry.

1 Tacos At Night

  • Tour Operator:
    Mèxica Underground
  • Duration: 2.5 hours
  • Cost: $90 (per person)

There is an ultimate taco tour in the heart of Mexico City. The Mxica Underground served over 500 tourists with its taco tour. Mexican favorites like palettes and local ice cream can be found at hidden gems. The tour has been featured in a documentary on the web. Mexico is a great place to go for a vacation because of its amazing nightlife, great food, and great people.